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Planned Parcel B building tweaks design, adds drive through

The proposed office building on Parcel B is getting closer to reality – albeit slightly smaller and with a new feature.

Gardner Co. has submitted a revised design review application for the five-story office building on its Pioneer Crossing development on the southwest quadrant. The overall square footage has been reduced by 18,000 square feet – and a new drive-through is proposed along the east side of the building.

Gardner Co. executive VP David Wali tells BoiseDev the drive through application is for a potential bank tenant.

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The plans also call for the removal of a service driveway on the western side of the building – to be replaced by a landscaped berm. 

The office building will be joined on the large site by a parking garage which is nearing completion, a Hilton Garden Inn under construction and a future Panera Bread drivethrough.

Parcel B is located on the block bounded by Front St., Myrtle St., 11th St. and 13th St.  

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